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Tulsa children's museum allows carry

Jordan6679

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I visited the TCM Saturday, and noticed they didn't have any kind of anti gunner signs at all! I talked with the manager, they are a private business that leases the building from the city, but do not have any kind of policy against firearms. If there is any place I want to carry, it is where I take my daughter. It was good to see a place that has children in the name that allowed carry.
This however is the sign outside the building, I'm glad Tulsa changed the city park rules to match the states law allowing carry in all city parks.

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They should change that sign then - yes?

Might only need to be pointed out with a polite request.
 

Jordan6679

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Yes last I read Tulsa was changing the signs slowly. It looks like they whited out the text that should have read "no firearm permitted" but they did not white out the picture.
 
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